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(Nebraska)...6'2'', 233...William Roy Lyman. . .Very agile, large for his day. . . Pioneered more sophisticated defensive play with shifting, sliding style. . .Starred on four title teams: 1922-1923 Canton, 1924 Cleveland, 1933 Bears. . . Joined Bears for barnstorming tour after 1925 season. . .Played on only one losing team in 16 seasons of college, pro ball. . .Born November 30, 1898 in Table Rock, Nebraska. . .Died December 28, 1972, at age of 74.
RT @Broncos: In honor of #BlackHistoryMonth, Gene Mingo, the @NFL's first black placekicker, reflected on the adversity he overcame in the…
Posted on 24 Feb
RT @thecheckdown: INSANE. When @NFL legends @DeionSanders and @BoJackson competed in 1990, they hit home runs past each other. 😱 (via @MLB)…